Barns serve as one of the most common sources for reclaimed wood in the United States.
Rough Cut Pine is thicker cut not found in traditional lumber yards. This allows a woodworker to produce a smoother flatter surface.
Aspen wood is white and soft, but fairly strong. Its low flammability makes it safer to use than most other woods.
Reclaimed Cedar is popular for its unique appearance, the history of the wood's origin, and the wood's physical characteristics.